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Unprecedented scenes in Parliament’s history: Overnight protests, work beyond midnight for two consecutive…

Home / India News / Unprecedented scenes in Parliament’s history: Overnight protests, work beyond midnight for two consecutive evenings The Lok Sabha, Parliament’s lower House, worked till 12.24 am Tuesday, clocking a new record of sitting beyond midnight for two consecutive evenings after it did so on Sunday as well. And while the Lok Sabha…

P Chidambaram supports liberalisation of agri sector; says Govt does not know how to create systems that work

P Chidambaram [File photo]  |  Photo Credit: ANI Key Highlights 'We need to liberalise the farm sector, just like how we liberalised the service sector, liberalisation is the way to the future.' 'Liberalisation means creating thousands of alternative markets for farmers.' 'Why is the government shy of calling for a division?' New Delhi: Amidst the ongoing political…

DNA Exclusive: Sino-India Commander level talks enter new phase as China refuses to retreat from Pangong Lake

New Delhi: The Sino-India talks to resolve the stand-off in Ladakh on Monday (September 21) continued for more than 13 hours at Moldo on the Chinese side of the Line of Actual Control (LAC). The meeting between corps commanders of India and China was attended by 14 Corps Chief Lt Gen Harinder Singh and his…

‘I Climbed on Table, Broke Mic’: On ‘Unruly Conduct’ in RS, AAP’s Sanjay Singh Explains it Was for Democrac…

As the 'unruly behaviour' of the Rajya Sabha lawmakers over two contentious farm bills snowballed into a major tussle between the Centre and Opposition, Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh accepted that he had climbed on the table of the House on Sunday and even broke the mic. But Singh explained that it was to…